GAZA, Jan 13 (KUNA) -- Incidents of unrest between the Israelis and
Palestinians led Friday to the injury of two Palestinians in an assault on the
Gaza Strip, a missile hitting southern Israel, and radical Jews storming of a
town in Ramallah, West Bank.
In Gaza, an Israeli bombardment of the east quarters of Buraij camp led to
the injury of two Palestinians, medical sources said, adding that medics were
able to reach the injured, transferring them to a local hospital.
Meanwhile, a rocket attack against the Negev region southern Israel
occurred earlier today with no casualties or property damage reported.
On another development, around 300 extremist Jews stormed Al-Khalil town in
the West Bank on the ground that they were practicing a religious rites.
Palestinians began to throw stones at the extremists but they were stopped
by the Israeli military which provided protection to the intruders.
At the Prophet Saleh town in Ramallah, Israeli military imposed a curfew to
prevent a rally protesting the apartheid wall and settlements. (end)
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